I had never thought to get as elaborate is this with my bathroom cabinet ideas, but now that I am seeing this photos it is something that I really want to pursue. Originally we were just going to do a plain white bathroom cabinet in our master bath. It would have been really nice, but I just kept feeling like the space would be missing something if I went that simple. When I saw these pics of the contrasting white and black cabinetry with all of the ornate detail I immediately knew that this was the direction we would go. I am going for a glamorous theme in there complete with a crystal chandelier and clawfoot tub (much like what the did). So it makes total sense to mimic the rest of their bathroom design ideas because they would finish off the space to perfection.
I love bathroom cabinet ideas that incorporate both a dedicated dressing area as well as dual vanities. Not only does it look very glamorous, but I think that bathroom vanities with tops like this are so functional. My main struggle right now is actually figuring out how to fit all of these items (plus a walk in shower) into our fairly small master bathroom layout. Whomever designed the bathroom in these photos was very smart to do everything in white because, even though there are a lot of cabinets in here, it still feels very open. The other thing that I loved were their bathroom mirror ideas, and how they look like a piece of wall decor rather than those ugly plan versions that you see in so many bathrooms. That is definitely on my list for the new bathroom as well.
I have to give my designer, Becky, all of the credit for these drool-worthy bathroom cabinet ideas that we just had installed in our master. I will fully admit that I do not have much of a vision when it comes to home design, so I completely rely on her to tell me which direction to go with our various projects. New bathroom vanity cabinets was this spring's project, and I could not be more pleased with how everything turned out. Before we had these gorgeous dove grey custom cabinets installed, there were actually dark wood units all along that wall. While they were definitely good quality, I just thought that the finish took away from the neutral-toned spa-like retreat that I was trying to create. Now that we have brand new bathroom vanities as well as a dressing table for me, I feel like I have the bathroom that I always dreamed of.
A lot of people on here seem to be wowed by bathroom cabinet ideas, but I always look beyond the vanities and to see exactly how they decorated around them. I guess that I think of a bathroom vanity with sink as just a super functional piece as opposed to a design item. The decorative aspect comes in when you layer mirrors, light fixtures, decorative accents, and even knobs and handles. When I came across these photos in a gallery of bathroom ideas 2022, I was immediately drawn to the gorgeous round mirrors in a burnished brass finish. I thought that it was interesting how they contrasted that metal against the polished nickel of the vanity lights and shiny brass vanity handles. But it was all tied together through the mercury glass accents on the countertop.
I need help coming up with some bathroom cabinet ideas for our master (pictured here). We definitely don't want to rip out all of the tile or the flooring because it would be quite expensive. Plus, in all reality, both are in pretty decent condition. Where we are struggling though, is with bathroom vanity ideas because that and the light fixtures really need to go. I think that the room would look good overall if we did not have the outdated vanity in that corner. We painted it a couple of years ago to get more life out of it, but I think that we are at the limit. I would like to install new bathroom cabinets and two new mirrors, but don't know what direction to take it. Since there are so many possibilities, I am having trouble narrowing down my options. What do you think we should do?
Okay everybody, I need some bathroom cabinet ideas that you think would go well with this tile but make the room look more modern. From what I have seen researching on here, the best bathroom vanities for more contemporary style homes are very sleek, often floating, and usually done in a lighter color. I try to envision those characteristics in here but I just can't picture what would go with the tile. It is definitely too expensive to replace all of this custom tile, so I am going to need something that would blend both of these styles together. I am open to pretty much any bathroom remodel ideas that you have, I am just trying to keep the price point moderately low since we have a lot of other rooms that we want to tackle as well.